The Bali Reptile Park is home to one of the biggest collections of rare reptiles and amphibians in Indonesia. Here you can see colorful vipers, reticulated pythons, a massive Komodo dragon and a plethora of frogs, lizards, crocodiles and turtles, all set among shady pathways, bubbling waterfalls and lush tropical gardens.
Meander down the pathways at the Bali Reptile Park, and you will come across numerous enclosures where scaly creatures large and small sunbathe on rocks at the edge of lotus ponds, hang from branches like fat vines, and even fly through the air from one tree to the next. Water monitors glide through still waters, vibrant tree frogs congregate in bamboo groves, and the Komodo dragon waddles along slowly, waiting for prey to come its way. Enter the walk-in reptilian enclosure to see rare species and venomous creatures such as the deadly Taipan, African mamba, unique albino Burmese python and furry tarantulas.